Fetishism As Cultural Discourse
Fetishism is a term widely disseminated in literary and cultural studies. It carries a variety of generic meanings. Most of these derive to some degree from Marxist and psychoanalytic discourses, where the term fetishism has technical significance. This book will engage and challenge a wide audience of academic and nonacademic readers, including specialists and students in the fields of anthropology, history, literature, film, psychoanalysis, visual arts, feminist theory, Marxian criticism, and cultural studies.
- 1993 Cornell University
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